
This workshop explores basic, practical applied statistics using the R
statistical programming language. On the first day we’ll focus on common
procedures like assessing the distribution of…


This workshop explores basic, practical applied statistics using the R
statistical programming language. On the first day we’ll focus on common
procedures like assessing the distribution of…


We often see that values observed in
closer spatial proximity are more alike than those from distant
locations, and thus the data may not be independent. This can cause
problems, and…


This interview is with Jessica Utts, Professor Emeritus of Statistics. She came to UC Davis in 1978 to become a founding member of the Division of Statistics. After 30 years at UCD she moved to UC…


Recording of ATS Ed Tech Week webinar, "Getting Started with Piazza" from January 11, 2023 For more Ed Tech Week resources please visit the Ed Tech Week section of The Wheel, our…




Abstract: Deep Learning has gained tremendous momentum in the last decade and is now widely used for many tasks. Deep Neural Networks (DNNs) are constantly being developed and improved, finding…


Session 1: Water Situation Impact


Key things to consider about why and how policies fail




Lecture 9 (Chapter 10): Unemployment and Its Natural Rate (Part 1 of 2)


Second part of introductory lecture in EPS 131 Risk


Professor Polonik from the Department of Statistics discusses applying to graduate programs in Statistics. Topics discussed include:
How to prepare.
How to get good letters of
…


See https://sites.google.com/view/maddd/ for the details.


Why do we perform measurements? What's the difference between a population, sample, and test sample? What are replicates? Why even bother with statistics? Copyright Thi Nguyen Do not distribute…


How do hydrometers work? How do we use hydrometers? What can they be used for? Copyright Thi Nguyen Do not distribute without permission thinguy@ucdavis.edu
